CTET Result 2020 – Check How to Download Result & Score Card

CTET July 2020 scheduled to be held on July 5, 2020, is postponed.  The next date will be intimated when the situation seems in favour of conducting the exam. As, after exactly 6 weeks, CBSE will release the CTET Result at the official website. By entering the Roll No., one can check their scorecard and from the DigiLocker Platform – get the Eligibility Certificate.   

  • Qualifying marks for General category is 60 % and 55 % for OBC/SC/ST categories.
  • In all respective papers, candidates need to score 90 marks out of 150.

CTET Result Dates

Events Dates
CTET Exam Date July 5, 2020 – Postponed (To be announced)
CTET Answer Keys 2020 To be announced
CTET 2020 Scorecard To be announced
CTET Eligibility Certificate To be announced

How to Check the CTET 2020 Result?

  1. Visit the CTET official website.
  2. Click on  – ‘CTET Result’
  3. Enter the Roll No. mentioned on your CTET Admit Card.
  4. CTET Result will appear on your screen.
  5. Download and take a print out of it for further references.

Details Mentioned in CTET 2020 Result

  • Roll Number
  • Name
  • Father and Mother name
  • Category
  • Subject
  • Mark Obtained in each subject
  • Overall CTET Score

Where can CTET Qualifiers Apply?

  • Schools of the Central Government (KVS, NVS, Central Tibetan Schools, and so on.) and schools under the regulatory control of UT’s of Chandigarh, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Daman and Diu, and Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep and NCT of Delhi.
  • At independent non-public schools which may consider instructors based on CTET scores.
  • A State Government can likewise consider CTET scores for the enlistment of instructors on the off chance that it chooses not to lead the State TET.
  • As indicated by CBSE Affiliation Bye-Law 53, endorsing the base capabilities for educators to instruct different subjects in Classes I to VIII in the schools associated to CBSE stands altered to that degree and it will be compulsory that the instructors named hereinafter, for example, March 6, 2012, to show classes I to VIII in the Schools associated to the CBSE will qualify/finish the Central Teacher Eligibility Assessment directed by CBSE for Central Government or Teacher Eligibility Test (TET), led by the fitting State Government as per the Guidelines encircled by the NCTE for this reason.

Issue of CTET Eligibility Certificate

  • Marks Statement will be issued to the appearing candidates.
  • The candidates securing 60% and above will be issued an Eligibility Certificate.
  • CTET qualifying certificate is valid for 7 years beginning from the declaration of result.
  • For acquiring the CTET Eligibility Certificate, one can attempt the exam as many times as he/she wants.
  • For improving the score, the CTET Qualifier may also appear for the exam.

CTET Certificates on DigiLocker

  1. Enter the required credentials which are sent by exam authority CBSE on your registered email ID or phone number.
  2. Click on – ‘View Document’
  3. CTET Certificates and scorecards will be displayed on your screen.

CTET Cutoff 2020

Category Cutoff
General 90
OBC 85
SC 82
ST 82

CTET December 2019 Pass Percentage Released

Category Data
Candidates Registered in Paper 1 16,46,620
Candidates Appeared in Paper 1 14,13,390
Candidates Qualified in Paper 1 2,47,386
Pass Percentage for Paper 1 17.50%
Candidates Registered in Paper 2 11,85,500
Candidates Appeared in Paper 2 9,91,755
Candidates Qualified in Paper 2 2,94,899
Pass Percentage for Paper 2 29.73%

CTET July 2019 Pass Percentage Released

Category Data
Candidates Registered in Paper 1 16,56,091
Candidates Appeared in Paper 1 13,59,478
Candidates Qualified in Paper 1 2,14,658
Pass Percentage for Paper 1 15.78%
Candidates Registered in Paper 2 12,66,136
Candidates Appeared in Paper 2 10,17,553
Candidates Qualified in Paper 2 1,37,172
Pass Percentage for Paper 2 13.48%

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